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 •  11 kids die in Kurram for lack of medicines     •  US troops in Iraq head to Afghanistan     •  Obama asks Congress to back IMF boost     •  Obama calls on CIA to chart new course     •  Senior Taliban commander escapes Pakistan airstrike     •  UN chief deplores Ahmadinejad’s remarks at racism meet     •  Would-be suicide bomber held in Islamabad     •  Wheel-jam strike in several cities against killing of Baloch leaders     •  Protests against fees hike, student killing in Swat and Lahore     •  Afghan smugglers forced to flee     •  We don’t favour mid-term elections: Munawwar     •  Some elements interpret Holy Qur’an as they want: Altaf     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Night curfew imposed in Landi Kotal     •  Pakistan must do more to fight Taliban: US commander     •  12 militants killed in Orakzai Agency     •  Australia, Netherlands join U.N. race meeting boycott     •  Fauzia asks CJ to take suo motu notice of Shabaz remarks     •  US to jam Taliban websites, radio links     •  11 kids die in Kurram for lack of medicines     •  US troops in Iraq head to Afghanistan     •  Obama asks Congress to back IMF boost     •  Obama calls on CIA to chart new course     •  Senior Taliban commander escapes Pakistan airstrike     •  UN chief deplores Ahmadinejad’s remarks at racism meet     •  Would-be suicide bomber held in Islamabad     •  Wheel-jam strike in several cities against killing of Baloch leaders     •  Protests against fees hike, student killing in Swat and Lahore     •  Afghan smugglers forced to flee     •  We don’t favour mid-term elections: Munawwar     •  Some elements interpret Holy Qur’an as they want: Altaf     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Night curfew imposed in Landi Kotal     •  Pakistan must do more to fight Taliban: US commander     •  12 militants killed in Orakzai Agency     •  Australia, Netherlands join U.N. race meeting boycott     •  Fauzia asks CJ to take suo motu notice of Shabaz remarks     •  US to jam Taliban websites, radio links     •  11 kids die in Kurram for lack of medicines     •  US troops in Iraq head to Afghanistan     •  Obama asks Congress to back IMF boost     •  Obama calls on CIA to chart new course     •  Senior Taliban commander escapes Pakistan airstrike     •  UN chief deplores Ahmadinejad’s remarks at racism meet     •  Would-be suicide bomber held in Islamabad     •  Wheel-jam strike in several cities against killing of Baloch leaders     •  Protests against fees hike, student killing in Swat and Lahore     •  Afghan smugglers forced to flee     •  We don’t favour mid-term elections: Munawwar     •  Some elements interpret Holy Qur’an as they want: Altaf     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Night curfew imposed in Landi Kotal     •  Pakistan must do more to fight Taliban: US commander     •  12 militants killed in Orakzai Agency     •  Australia, Netherlands join U.N. race meeting boycott     •  Fauzia asks CJ to take suo motu notice of Shabaz remarks     •  US to jam Taliban websites, radio links     •  11 kids die in Kurram for lack of medicines     •  US troops in Iraq head to Afghanistan     •  Obama asks Congress to back IMF boost     •  Obama calls on CIA to chart new course     •  Senior Taliban commander escapes Pakistan airstrike     •  UN chief deplores Ahmadinejad’s remarks at racism meet     •  Would-be suicide bomber held in Islamabad     •  Wheel-jam strike in several cities against killing of Baloch leaders     •  Protests against fees hike, student killing in Swat and Lahore     •  Afghan smugglers forced to flee     •  We don’t favour mid-term elections: Munawwar     •  Some elements interpret Holy Qur’an as they want: Altaf     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Night curfew imposed in Landi Kotal     •  Pakistan must do more to fight Taliban: US commander     •  12 militants killed in Orakzai Agency     •  Australia, Netherlands join U.N. race meeting boycott     •  Fauzia asks CJ to take suo motu notice of Shabaz remarks     •  US to jam Taliban websites, radio links     •  11 kids die in Kurram for lack of medicines     •  US troops in Iraq head to Afghanistan     •  Obama asks Congress to back IMF boost     •  Obama calls on CIA to chart new course     •  Senior Taliban commander escapes Pakistan airstrike     •  UN chief deplores Ahmadinejad’s remarks at racism meet     •  Would-be suicide bomber held in Islamabad     •  Wheel-jam strike in several cities against killing of Baloch leaders     •  Protests against fees hike, student killing in Swat and Lahore     •  Afghan smugglers forced to flee     •  We don’t favour mid-term elections: Munawwar     •  Some elements interpret Holy Qur’an as they want: Altaf     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Night curfew imposed in Landi Kotal     •  Pakistan must do more to fight Taliban: US commander     •  12 militants killed in Orakzai Agency     •  Australia, Netherlands join U.N. race meeting boycott     •  Fauzia asks CJ to take suo motu notice of Shabaz remarks     •  US to jam Taliban websites, radio links     •  11 kids die in Kurram for lack of medicines     •  US troops in Iraq head to Afghanistan     •  Obama asks Congress to back IMF boost     •  Obama calls on CIA to chart new course     •  Senior Taliban commander escapes Pakistan airstrike     •  UN chief deplores Ahmadinejad’s remarks at racism meet     •  Would-be suicide bomber held in Islamabad     •  Wheel-jam strike in several cities against killing of Baloch leaders     •  Protests against fees hike, student killing in Swat and Lahore     •  Afghan smugglers forced to flee     •  We don’t favour mid-term elections: Munawwar     •  Some elements interpret Holy Qur’an as they want: Altaf     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Night curfew imposed in Landi Kotal     •  Pakistan must do more to fight Taliban: US commander     •  12 militants killed in Orakzai Agency     •  Australia, Netherlands join U.N. race meeting boycott     •  Fauzia asks CJ to take suo motu notice of Shabaz remarks     •  US to jam Taliban websites, radio links     •  11 kids die in Kurram for lack of medicines     •  US troops in Iraq head to Afghanistan     •  Obama asks Congress to back IMF boost     •  Obama calls on CIA to chart new course     •  Senior Taliban commander escapes Pakistan airstrike     •  UN chief deplores Ahmadinejad’s remarks at racism meet     •  Would-be suicide bomber held in Islamabad     •  Wheel-jam strike in several cities against killing of Baloch leaders     •  Protests against fees hike, student killing in Swat and Lahore     •  Afghan smugglers forced to flee     •  We don’t favour mid-term elections: Munawwar     •  Some elements interpret Holy Qur’an as they want: Altaf     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Night curfew imposed in Landi Kotal     •  Pakistan must do more to fight Taliban: US commander     •  12 militants killed in Orakzai Agency     •  Australia, Netherlands join U.N. race meeting boycott     •  Fauzia asks CJ to take suo motu notice of Shabaz remarks     •  US to jam Taliban websites, radio links     •  11 kids die in Kurram for lack of medicines     •  US troops in Iraq head to Afghanistan     •  Obama asks Congress to back IMF boost     •  Obama calls on CIA to chart new course     •  Senior Taliban commander escapes Pakistan airstrike     •  UN chief deplores Ahmadinejad’s remarks at racism meet     •  Would-be suicide bomber held in Islamabad     •  Wheel-jam strike in several cities against killing of Baloch leaders     •  Protests against fees hike, student killing in Swat and Lahore     •  Afghan smugglers forced to flee     •  We don’t favour mid-term elections: Munawwar     •  Some elements interpret Holy Qur’an as they want: Altaf     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Night curfew imposed in Landi Kotal     •  Pakistan must do more to fight Taliban: US commander     •  12 militants killed in Orakzai Agency     •  Australia, Netherlands join U.N. race meeting boycott     •  Fauzia asks CJ to take suo motu notice of Shabaz remarks     •  US to jam Taliban websites, radio links     •  11 kids die in Kurram for lack of medicines     •  US troops in Iraq head to Afghanistan     •  Obama asks Congress to back IMF boost     •  Obama calls on CIA to chart new course     •  Senior Taliban commander escapes Pakistan airstrike     •  UN chief deplores Ahmadinejad’s remarks at racism meet     •  Would-be suicide bomber held in Islamabad     •  Wheel-jam strike in several cities against killing of Baloch leaders     •  Protests against fees hike, student killing in Swat and Lahore     •  Afghan smugglers forced to flee     •  We don’t favour mid-term elections: Munawwar     •  Some elements interpret Holy Qur’an as they want: Altaf     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Night curfew imposed in Landi Kotal     •  Pakistan must do more to fight Taliban: US commander     •  12 militants killed in Orakzai Agency     •  Australia, Netherlands join U.N. race meeting boycott     •  Fauzia asks CJ to take suo motu notice of Shabaz remarks     •  US to jam Taliban websites, radio links     •  11 kids die in Kurram for lack of medicines     •  US troops in Iraq head to Afghanistan     •  Obama asks Congress to back IMF boost     •  Obama calls on CIA to chart new course     •  Senior Taliban commander escapes Pakistan airstrike     •  UN chief deplores Ahmadinejad’s remarks at racism meet     •  Would-be suicide bomber held in Islamabad     •  Wheel-jam strike in several cities against killing of Baloch leaders     •  Protests against fees hike, student killing in Swat and Lahore     •  Afghan smugglers forced to flee     •  We don’t favour mid-term elections: Munawwar     •  Some elements interpret Holy Qur’an as they want: Altaf     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Night curfew imposed in Landi Kotal     •  Pakistan must do more to fight Taliban: US commander     •  12 militants killed in Orakzai Agency     •  Australia, Netherlands join U.N. race meeting boycott     •  Fauzia asks CJ to take suo motu notice of Shabaz remarks     •  US to jam Taliban websites, radio links     •  11 kids die in Kurram for lack of medicines     •  US troops in Iraq head to Afghanistan     •  Obama asks Congress to back IMF boost     •  Obama calls on CIA to chart new course     •  Senior Taliban commander escapes Pakistan airstrike     •  UN chief deplores Ahmadinejad’s remarks at racism meet     •  Would-be suicide bomber held in Islamabad     •  Wheel-jam strike in several cities against killing of Baloch leaders     •  Protests against fees hike, student killing in Swat and Lahore     •  Afghan smugglers forced to flee     •  We don’t favour mid-term elections: Munawwar     •  Some elements interpret Holy Qur’an as they want: Altaf     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Night curfew imposed in Landi Kotal     •  Pakistan must do more to fight Taliban: US commander     •  12 militants killed in Orakzai Agency     •  Australia, Netherlands join U.N. race meeting boycott     •  Fauzia asks CJ to take suo motu notice of Shabaz remarks     •  US to jam Taliban websites, radio links     •  11 kids die in Kurram for lack of medicines     •  US troops in Iraq head to Afghanistan     •  Obama asks Congress to back IMF boost     •  Obama calls on CIA to chart new course     •  Senior Taliban commander escapes Pakistan airstrike     •  UN chief deplores Ahmadinejad’s remarks at racism meet     •  Would-be suicide bomber held in Islamabad     •  Wheel-jam strike in several cities against killing of Baloch leaders     •  Protests against fees hike, student killing in Swat and Lahore     •  Afghan smugglers forced to flee     •  We don’t favour mid-term elections: Munawwar     •  Some elements interpret Holy Qur’an as they want: Altaf     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Night curfew imposed in Landi Kotal     •  Pakistan must do more to fight Taliban: US commander     •  12 militants killed in Orakzai Agency     •  Australia, Netherlands join U.N. race meeting boycott     •  Fauzia asks CJ to take suo motu notice of Shabaz remarks     •  US to jam Taliban websites, radio links     •  11 kids die in Kurram for lack of medicines     •  US troops in Iraq head to Afghanistan     •  Obama asks Congress to back IMF boost     •  Obama calls on CIA to chart new course     •  Senior Taliban commander escapes Pakistan airstrike     •  UN chief deplores Ahmadinejad’s remarks at racism meet     •  Would-be suicide bomber held in Islamabad     •  Wheel-jam strike in several cities against killing of Baloch leaders     •  Protests against fees hike, student killing in Swat and Lahore     •  Afghan smugglers forced to flee     •  We don’t favour mid-term elections: Munawwar     •  Some elements interpret Holy Qur’an as they want: Altaf     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Night curfew imposed in Landi Kotal     •  Pakistan must do more to fight Taliban: US commander     •  12 militants killed in Orakzai Agency     •  Australia, Netherlands join U.N. race meeting boycott     •  Fauzia asks CJ to take suo motu notice of Shabaz remarks     •  US to jam Taliban websites, radio links     •  11 kids die in Kurram for lack of medicines     •  US troops in Iraq head to Afghanistan     •  Obama asks Congress to back IMF boost     •  Obama calls on CIA to chart new course     •  Senior Taliban commander escapes Pakistan airstrike     •  UN chief deplores Ahmadinejad’s remarks at racism meet     •  Would-be suicide bomber held in Islamabad     •  Wheel-jam strike in several cities against killing of Baloch leaders     •  Protests against fees hike, student killing in Swat and Lahore     •  Afghan smugglers forced to flee     •  We don’t favour mid-term elections: Munawwar     •  Some elements interpret Holy Qur’an as they want: Altaf     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Militants groups clash in Bajaur; two killed     •  Night curfew imposed in Landi Kotal     •  Pakistan must do more to fight Taliban: US commander     •  12 militants killed in Orakzai Agency     •  Australia, Netherlands join U.N. race meeting boycott     •  Fauzia asks CJ to take suo motu notice of Shabaz remarks     •  US to jam Taliban websites, radio links      


11 kids die in Kurram for lack of medicines
21-Apr-2009

PARACHINAR,Apr20: The shortage of medicines in hospitals and markets has so far claimed lives of 11 children in the Kurram Agency. 

Talking to the reporters here Monday, Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leaders, including Rana Wiladat, Councillor Syed Sadique Hussain, Councillor Gul Ali and Major (R) Gul Hussain said that 11 children died of pneumonia and diarrhoea in Zerhan and Shalozan areas of the agency because of scarcity of medicines. They said that because of the blockade of roads in Kurram Agency, the residents were facing shortage of foodstuff and medicines in the local market.

Some of the children, who died recently, were identified as Yasir (5), Najiba (3) belonging to Mulabagh area of Zerhan, Didar Ali (3) and Muhammad Ali (six months) hailing from Shalozan area.

The MQM office-bearers said in the far-flung areas of the agency, the patients were dying because of the lack of medicines in the hospitals. They warned that the situation could worsen if steps were not taken to solve the problem forthwith. 

The tribesmen urged the government to take stern action against the anti-social elements involved in disturbing the peace in the area and provide medicines for treatment of children on an emergency basis.

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